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[audio][cdcsandwhichis] Sand Which Is - Sand Which Is
Here it is, the 1997 self-titled EP by Sand Which Is, recorded/produced by our very own Grandmaster Ratte'! Rockin' post-punk, pre-emo from Lubbock! And it's free to you, because we love you! SAND WHICH IS at the time of this recording Katherine Thrift - vocals Brooks Harlan - guitar, vocals Rob Thrift - bass Scott Tiemann - drums Recorded summer 1997 by Grandmaster Ratte' at MMMedium's Audio Sweat Shop/cDc communications, Lubbock, TX Originally released by the Western Breed Recording Company Oc...
Keywords: sand which is; brooks harlan; katherine thrift; rob thrift; scott tiemann; mmmedium; cDc; cult of the dead cow; cDc communications; western breed; western breed records; lubbock; texas; emo; post-punk; avec; crushstory
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[audio][cdcss] Sekrut $quirrel - Sekrut $quirrel - Sekrut $quirrel
At the time of this recording, Sekrut Squirrel was: Franken Gibe: Vocals and harmonica and more vocals Transderm Nitro: Bass Drum, Snare Drum, Tom Drums, and Cymbals Mister Happy: Guitar and Bass Mohawk Dave: Guitar, Bass, and ALL 3 seconds of piano Additional Credits: Grandmaster Ratte': recorded these and was our 5th member at shows The cDc backup choir featuring: G. A. Ellsworth, Gibe, and G. Ratte' Iceman: drums on the live tracks
Keywords: cdc; cult of the dead cow; cdc communications; franken gibe; transderm nitro; mister happy; mohawk dave; g. ratte'; g. ratte; g.a. ellsworth; iceman; punk; punk rock; sekrut squirrel
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